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MV Tyrrel Bay – NEW Shipwreck diving

On Sept 25th after years of planning and a village of support the Tyrrel Bay is now a shipwreck for freedivers, beginner divers and advanced divers and specialty divers in training to share! A huge accomplishment for Grenada and an excellent example of private public partnership AND a commitment to our marine environment moving forward. […]

A great little video on the impacts of coral bleaching and how quickly reefs can change

Really interesting video on coral bleaching and the impact this has on reef systems. This example showing reefs in Fiji but these situations occur globally.  Shared with us from our contacts and friends at the Coral Reef Alliance and their contacts all over the world. A nice and quick educational piece … have a look:

Day 6: Featuring the Underwater Sculpture Park, it’s people – GUSMI & the Lettuce Sea Slug

   Our People – Howard Clarke, Chairman of the Grenada Underwater Sculpture Management Inc. (GUSMI) Howard arrived in Grenada in 2007 while sailing with his wife Suzanne and our 6 month old son Sam, they loved the island and after some more sailing decided to return to Grenada and settle down here. Howard and his family […]

Happy Independence Grenada! Starting 40 days of dive site, dive family and dive critter celebrations

From everyone at Eco Dive we would like to wish all of Grenada a very Happy 40th Independence Day today! To help commemorate this occasion we are kicking off 40 days of highlighting our different dive sites, our Eco Dive friends and family and some of our fabulous marine wildlife. Stay tuned for daily updates […]

New trip advisor reviews :) & Eco Dive on George Grant’s Sunday radio programme

We just wanted to take a minute to thank our guests for taking the time to comment on TripAdvisor – and of course for saying such nice things 🙂 View our most recent reviews here:   We were also representing on George Grant’s Sunday programme this morning to catch a listen click here: […]